euryleuca Prout, 1919, Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. (9),
The general appearance is as in crameri except the forewing postmedial is more as in fulvotaenia
evenly and finely delineated with white. Both the medial to postmedial band and
the trapezoidal mark are more straightsided and triangular in shape. The male
genitalia are very similar to those of crameri,
but the costal process to the valve is more robust, trifid rather than bifid,
the superuncus is shorter and broader, and the aedeagus vesica also has slightly
different ornamentation as illustrated.
preference. The species is only known from the holotype, taken at Sandakan
on the east coast of Sabah.
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